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  In Part I of this series, we looked at the unique strengths of a man.  He seems to have the ability to do things that are right and noble even when he doesn’t feel like it.  This makes him a good protector, servant leader and servant of God even when things are tough.  God knew what He was doing in the design of man.


  However, we also said there is an enemy who sees a man’s strength and is out to exploit and pervert this strength.  The ability that man has to separate himself from his feelings can be good in some settings but can also be limiting in his ability to form deep and meaningful relationships.

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Divorce and separation are difficult situations not only for the adults but also can be devastating for the children involved.  Divorce is the break down of the family system as the children have always known it to be.  Webster defines breaking as “to separate into parts with suddenness or violence, to destroy unity or completeness of”.   Children can feel a sense of this suddenness and disunity when one night their parents are together and the next they are not. It is true that children are resilient and can work through issues of divorce with help from counseling however ignoring or downplaying how divorce impacts the child can be devastating and smaller issues grow into larger problems if not addressed.  The worst thing for parents to do is to not discuss the divorce or separation with the child or only brush over it with a one-time discussion about how things are going to change.  Both parents need to discuss these changes with the child(ren) and the changes will need to be addressed multiple times. It is important to recognize some signs of concern for the child and bring them in for help: